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... in my entire life! It was sooooooo good, the pizza dough and base was to die for and they had used buffalo mozzarella which made it mouthwatering. Unfortunately, it was so huge though so I couldn't finish it but I ate the majority.
We got back to our hotel room at around 10:30pm and headed straight to bed. Tomorrow is our last day in Naples before heading back that night. Been a fabulous weekend but can't wait to get home and rest a bit.
... fortifications, before doing our visit to Pompeii. It was amazing to
walk through the ruins which are slowly being excavated and more
parts of the city being opened to the public each year. Again, we
had a really good local guide who explained how the city operated at
the time (79ad) and it meant a lot of us because we've seen
exhibitions and TV re-enactments in Australia. It wasn't just
another pile ...
... again warned us that we would only have time to see a little and we would be battling crowds so she would try to take us to the best places, but we would bypass places that were too crowded.
Using this philosophy she took us to Teatro Piccolo (Odeion theatre) which is the smaller theatre, less impressive in size, but interesting as you can see how the walls were built and ...
... emperor Nero so much that he had the amphitheatre shut for six years. Makes todays football violence seem rather tame.
Oh a last interesting fact - while Romans did in fact get impacted by lead poisoning from their plumbing, it was not as significant as was thought in the past. The water flowing into this area at least was carried on Aquaducts for over 70 kilometres. This water was very hard by the time it reached the coast and when it flowed ...
... the town which served as a good lunch spot to eat our home-made rolls (yes parents, you should be proud!) Heading back towards Sorrento, our next stop was Positano. Nestled deep below the cliff-hugging road, Positano is an incredible town to look at - houses built almost on top of each other right up the side of the mountain, with dark pebbled beach at the base. Like Amalfi, it was laden with ...